In the next step, move south until you find cracks in the wall . Try to OSRS Gold squeeze through it. After that, head west. You could fight Twisted Banshees there. There's a secure spot that you can shoot Banshees which is located in the very south of the area.
Although you won't make the same amount of money in other ways this method lets you as well train while earning additional gold. On top of that ensure you bring the High Alchemy runes in case you are able to cast that spell since they'll drop items like Battlestaves and Adamantite Shields.
You can begin by entering the trapdoor located north west of Lumbridge Castle. When you are inside cave of the cultists, walk behind the man who is talking to cultists and there - under the wall you'll find a hidden trapdoor. If you do not see it then you've probably not been through the Death of the Dorgeshuun quest. Inside, you'll discover H.A.M. guards , and these are your targets. Like the earlier method, it is best to have some High Alchemy runes to maximize earnings.
It saves you a lot of time and adds some gold profits to the loot pot. When you've finally filled your inventory with keys you'll be able to start collecting rewards. Make your way to the rooms nearby and start opening chests. If you're running out of space, simply go to the next room and Alch your loot and continue with stealing - jewelry can be traded in Port Sarim. If you don't possess High Alchemy your best bet is to go to Draynor Village bank.
The most well-known methods to produce gold the Ironman in OSRS involves two skills - Crafting and Mining. To begin you must complete the Shilo Village quest which will enable you to access the village. There you can find gem stones which will become you source of earnings. There's nothing unique with this approach - all you need to do is to Buy RS Gold mine gems from rocks in the village until your stock is full. After that, you'll be able to cut them with chisel for some crafting experience and either sell them at the Port Sarim jewelry store or store them to use later in crafting.